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. the little girl tumbled nearly four stories. our peggy fox joins us now from falls church where that child lived. peggy? >> reporter: this newly built home is where the 2-year-old lived. we believe the family is coming home soon. the little girl died this morning after succumbing to her injuries after being thrown 50 feet to her death. >> i'm next door and i'm seeing all of this and hearing that she threw the baby off. i still don't believe it. you sure you got the right person? >> reporter: russell jackson lives next door to 50-year-old carmella dela rosa who is charged with throwing her 2- year-old granddaughter to her death from the parking garage to the food court. >> the grandmother and two other family members were all walking out on the mall and up on the upper level bridge way that connects the mall to the parking garage. for some unknown reason, the grandma picked up the child and allegedly threw her over the edge. >> reporter: the 2-year-old lived nearby. >> i saw the child playing out here many times driving by. i think it's just a horrifying thing. >> reporter: the neighbor of
apparently hit and taking the lives on the scene and hoping to take in the details, peggy? >> reporter: we're still waiting. police will be giving us the details in just a moment. i can tell you that the westbound lanes of route 50 are blocked. there was a chase here a few hours ago. there was a mercedes involved. take a look at these pictures right here. we have bird holes in a mercedes. we believe that a person was hit inside that mercedes. a man who worked at the gas station said he saw the mercedes speeding on route 50 and turn around and turn back this way. that's when everything came to a stop. we also have two police k-9 vehicles, suvs, which are damaged. so we know that whatever happens here ended in some kind of a wreck. police, they are waiting here. we're not sure why. we believe that they might be waiting for a search warrant to search that mercedes. we understand the person inside the mercedes hit was transported to the hospital. we don't have any names, we don't have conditions, but we'll get that for you as soon as possible. and once again, you can see that it is gridlock, p
threw the girl off a six-floor walkway last night and tonight de la roesa is charged with murder. peggy fox with the story. >> reporter: doesn't make sense. that's what everyone is saying who knows this family. it was about this time last night when the grandmother and two family members were walking on that bridge. suddenly for some unknown reason the grandmother picked up the 2-year-old granddaughter and threw her off the bridge to the pavement below. the little girl initially survived but died. >> she was proud of that baby. it was her only granddaughter. i can't picture her doing that. >> reporter: neighbors who knew the 2-year-old child can't believe what happened. police have charged the child's grandmother, 50-year-old carrmella de laroessa. they say for some reason she threw the little girl off the 50-foot high bridge. >> what is this world coming to? it had to be a mistake. >> reporter: police say she meant to do it but no one seems to know why. distraught family and friends ran from cameras into the home in falls church where the child lived with her young parents. he is a stu
student is finally granted but it took activism on the part of her community. i'm peggy fox with the story coming up. >>> but first a real legend heads back to school to talk to students about making a career of being on campus. >>> a group of fifth graders at one d.c. school put their green thumbs to work today. 15 students got their school garden ready for winter and planted new bulbs for spring. this is part of a district wide campaign to phytoobesity in kids by focusing on growing healthy gardens. >>> a famous singer song writer tells local college students, when you think about your next move after college, think about coming back into the classroom. today on the campus with no music but with a powerful message. >> love, just love john legend's music. >> reporter: but he didn't come to howard to sing or talk about anything quite so glamorous. instead he wondered allowed how many here might choose something more mundane but far more important. becoming a teaching? >> we continue to live in a country where opportunities are not equal and here in america a lot of that perpetuated and ins
with "the washington post" and ed gillespie and peggy noonan and democratic mayor of philadelphia michael nutter. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, just hours ago the planned joint military hours with south korea began in the waters south of north korea. joining me with the latest on the tensions is richardeningle. richard, what is your sense on the ground there? is this about to get worse before it gets better? >>. >> reporter: mixed indications. people here don't seem like they want a war, but all of the pieces are in place for a very dangerous situation. you have american litary hardware brought into the regions. these joint exercises now underway, ich the north korean government is perceiving as a direct threat. and north korea has positioned surface to air missiles to the coast and has moved longer range missiles to launch pads and has gotten ready some anti-ship missiles, so it wouldn't take much for this crisis which is at a rhetoric stage now, to escalate further, david. >> what do the north koreans want? they want to step up the talks, but how do you
. dan roan live in south florida with them coming up in sports. thank you for calling usa pmy name peggy. peggy, yes, i'd like to redeem my reward points for a gift card. tell points please? 250,000. calculating... ooh! answer: five fifty! 550 bucks?! 5 dollar, 50 cents. minus redeeming charge. leaving 50 cents. say what? happy time! what kind of program is this? want better rewards? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. but the love i have for strawberry shortcake, red velvet cake and key lime pie, mmm, it threw a curve at my curves. so i threw it right back... with yoplait light -- strawberry shortcake, red velvet cake and key lime pie. 30 indulgent delicious flavors that satisfy my love for tasty treats. around 100 calories. zero fat. now i love my curves in all the right places. yoplait. it is so good. >>> let's get back to those fire awards we tried to show a bit ago. >> we did it. we rewound the tape. dan ponce live again about tonight's ceremony. >> reporter: early afternoon december 13 of last year, a fire was quickly spreading on the 2
peninsula. >> and peggy noonan will be here. >> i spoke to donald yesterday and he has some very, very clear ideas as to what to do about this problem. >> do you think donald trump wants to invade china because he sees a market over there? >> no. that's not his concept. wait till you hear it. it's good. and my dad will be on who has a great piece in the financial times, america and china's first big test. we'll talk about that. >>> south korea says it has found bodies of two civilians bringing the death toll in yesterday's attack to four. the news comes as president obama pledges to hold joint military exercises with south korea as a first response to the north's prove investigation. the president met with top advisors on the issue in the white house situation room yesterday. the administration released a statement saying, quote, this evening president obama called president lee to tell him the united states shoulder and shoulder with our close friend and ally, the republic of korea. the united states will work with the international korea to strongly condemn this outrageous action by north
value free. thank you for calling usa pmy name peggy. peggy, yes, i'd like to redeem my reward points for a gift card. tell points please? 250,000. calculating... ooh! answer: five fifty! 550 bucks?! 5 dollar, 50 cents. minus redeeming charge. leaving 50 cents. say what? happy time! what kind of program is this? want better rewards? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. >>> in oak park, a welcome home for a hero. marine staff sargeant derrick westmoreland came home to his family and children. the 33-year-old career marine sargeant served multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan. westmoreland in his dress blues and uniform decorations, all full there and they all bear witness to his combat record. he is now taking an assignment stateside. he was escorted home by volunteers from operation welcome home illinois. >> navy pier is always a fun place to take the little ones. this weekend, they got a bonus, a huge one, the annual toy and game fair. >> ran randi bellisomo had the assignment of having a date at the fair. >> reporter: no better place to
. it's more than just oil. it's liquid engineering. thank you for calling usa pmy name peggy. peggy, yes, i'd like to redeem my reward points for a gift card. tell points please? 250,000. calculating... ooh! answer: five fifty! 550 bucks?! 5 dollar, 50 cents. minus redeeming charge. leaving 50 cents. say what? happy time! what kind of program is this? want better rewards? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. ♪ >> the last time you'll see this. the back street boys and new kids on the block performed together for the first time on tv at the american music awards last night. other winners were black eyed peas and taylor swift. rihanna won an award for favorite soul and r & b singer but justin bieber thanked his mentor usher. >> my best friend and my big brother. i love you, man. >> usher discovered bieber. >>> a round of wintry weather is hitting the pacific northwest. the seattle area got snow this weekend and people are still shoveling out. parts of washington state also got slammed with snow. both states will get more snow or rain toda
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connelly and his republican challenging keith fimian. peggy fox has been following the election and joins us now. >> reporter: keith fimian is here shaking hands trying to pull in last minute votes. neither candidate will share polling information with us, but jerry connelly seemed confident today after revealing what they learned about absentee ballots. [ chanting ] >> reporter: supporters turned out for a recognizing jerry connelly rally headlined by the vice president's wife, dr. jill biden. >> he supports health care for the veterans. he supports your health care. >> reporter: while she begged the crowd to keep knocking on doors to get out the vote, connelly had some news about absentee ballots. >> in our analysis of the people who voted early, we won the absentee ballot. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: connelly may have benefited from a recent sliply keith fimian. >> he owes an apology to the families in our community. >> reporter: fimian has apologized for saying if the students at virginia tech had been packing heat, the shooting might not have happened. he said the issue is
for the congressional seat, suray chin, peggy fox with jerry connolly. >> i can tell you that the fimian, connolly race may hinge on voter turnout. >> a string quartet serenaded voters. >> often we don't see this much turnout in a midterm election. i think it's because of all the hype, the economy, and yeah, people, i don't know what they want. >> jerry connolly, the fairfax county supervisor and chairman beat his opponent, keith fimian by 12 points. they are not taking this election for granted. >> i feel we need to give the democrats a chance for two more years. they inherited a very bad situation. no matter how you look at it. >> many voters are dissatisfied with congress and voting for change. >> i voted for keith fimian because connolly voted for the healthcare i didn't agree with. i want to take back congress. >> now connolly says his analysis says he won those, but the high voting turnout could go as much as 45% of registered voters and fimian is hoping that helps him. suray. >> reporter: that's right, peggy. the fimian camp is feeling good at this hour. the votes have been cast and wait
pmy name peggy. peggy, yes, i'd like to redeem my reward points for a gift card. tell points please? 250,000. calculating... ooh! answer: five fifty! 550 bucks?! 5 dollar, 50 cents. minus redeeming charge. leaving 50 cents. say what? happy time! what kind of program is this? want better rewards? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. verizon 4g lte. rule the air on the most advanced 4g network in the world. >>> what a going on with this weather? >> it's amazing. it was so cold up today until 5:00 newstime we had the coldest day since march 2. i thought micah materre is never going to settle for that. she wouldn't even get out of bed. that's it. she was going to cancel thanksgiving. >> and 40 people at her house would be stunned by that right now. >> so we figured we had to get to work on that in the weather center. >> thank you. >> just for you, micah. we had ice and traffic accidents in la salle county. down on i-39, the road was closed because of accidents earlier today because of ice. thunderstorms have been rumbling across that same are
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republican keith fimian and derek connolly is a tossup. there is still no official winner. peggy fox is live at the fairfax county government center with the latest and this may go on for some time, right peg? >> reporter: absolutely. although there's no official winner, that is not stopping jerry connolly from declaring victory. today, his ever so slight lead grew a bit larger. it was a nail biter of a race that delivered results like a roller coaster. republican keith fimian was up, then he was down. the same emotional ride was going on at jerry connolly's campaign. at end of the night, connolly led by 500 votes. he gave a victory speech even though two fairfax county precincts remained uncounted. >> we are fairly confident that the result won't change. >> and he was right. two voting machines that refused to spit out results last night were opened up and gave connolly about 400 more votes, increasing his ever so slight lead. >> we are at about less than .4% difference in the vote totals. >> volunteers from both campaigns doubled to make sure the numbers were reported accurately. each
. and it is monday so it's time for our moms like me with peggy fox. >>> i'm peggy fox with momslikeme.com. if you have a toddler or an infant or take one of one, do you know what to do if the child stops breathing or starts choking? well stewart gold is here with partners for safety and he has a dvd to help people learn how to do cpr on infants and save them from choking. why the dvd? >> i they -- i think it's great to have at home. great to be certified but if you don't know what to do, it's not very good. >> tell me what is on the dvd? >> we'll learn things like infants cpr, how to check for breathing or pulse on an infant, giving compressions, rapid pace, one and to and three, four and five, and giving breaths, things of that nature. >> and also the flash cards and little notes come with this dvd so people don't always have to put it in, they can refer to it and test themselves. >> great to have around the house, put on the refrigerator, show to grand parents or baby sitters. >> and what to do in chases of choke -- cases of choking. >> always protect the neck, make sure the head is lower than
all the angles. peggy fox and suray chin are covering the race between gary connolly and republican keith finnegan. scott broome is live. we begin with the connolly matchup in virginia. both candidates are campaigning down to the wire. we caught up with both of them this morning as they cast their votes. peggy fox is covering the campaign and she joins us live from falls church. peg. >> reporter: i can tell you, jerry connolly supporters have been out shaking hands, knocking on thousands of doors, and making calls up until the last minute. the fact that he is running against the same opponent that he has already beaten once did not slow down the connolly campaign. democrat incumbent, jerry connolly says he always runs for office like the devils at his back. some of his arden supporters feel the same way. >> we need this. we got to keep them in here. trying to keep them in there. but it's going to be tough. >> who did you vote for and why? >> connolly. because i think it's important to let the administration finish what they started. i think everything is in the works and we have
'll have details and the full forecast, still ahead. thank you for calling usa pmy name peggy. peggy, yes, i'd like to redeem my reward points for a gift card. tell points please? 250,000. calculating... ooh! answer: five fifty! 550 bucks?! 5 dollar, 50 cents. minus redeeming charge. leaving 50 cents. say what? happy time! what kind of program is this? want better rewards? switch to discover. america's number 1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. ♪ yes! ♪ look, they fit! oh my gosh, are those the jeans from last year? how'd you do it? eating right...whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who eat more whole grain tend to have healthier body weights. multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories. more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. >>> there is a battle brewing in mchenry county over a plan to build a massive sports complex. foreign investors will pay for most of it in exchange for a path way to u.s. residency. >> reporter: this did lakewood in the far northwest suburbs, a mix of attractive homes and serene farmland, but officials have big
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will matter most? our political roundtable weighs in. "the washington post's" etch dionne, peggy noonan, former counselor to president bush, ed gillespie, and democrat michael nutter. >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. >>> good morning. just hours ago those planned u.s. of south korean joint military exercises began in the waters south of the disputed maritime boundary with north korea. joining me now live from seoul, south korea, with the very latest on these escalating tensions, nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard, what is your sense on the ground there? is this about to get worse before it gets better? >> reporter: there are mixed indications. people here in what is a very snowy seoul, south korea, don't seem like they want a war, but all the pieces are in place for a very, very dangerous situation. you have american military hardware that has been brought into the region. these joint exercises now under way, which the north korean government is perceiving as a direct threat. now, according to north korean officials
driver leaves her by the side of the road in the middle of the night. i'm peggy fox, coming up, the $5 million lawsuit. >>> right now new at 5:30, a woman who was sexually assaulted sues a local taxi cab company for leaving her in a dangerous area against her will. >> in the midst of the energy drink caffeine controversy, we're going to show you a drink that claims to do just the opposite and helps you to chill out. >>> and a driver being tased by police crashes through an airport fence right onto the runway. >>> now our top story, a woman who was sexually assaulted is now suing a local taxi cab company and she says the driver left her in a dangerous area in the middle of the night when she was attacked. new at 5:30, peggy fox is live in our newsroom with the series of events that prompted this lawsuit. peggy. >> reporter: well, the cab driver was angry the woman didn't have enough cash to pay her fare. she was short $1.95. >> it's unbelievable that a human being can act so calusly to another human being. >> reporter: imagine being forced to walk along this street at 4:00 in the mornin
or is that just bad manners? "good housekeeping" ad vat pnal peggy is joining us via skype. people might want to say i would be better off than dealing with a gift and return. is it okay to put cash on the holiday list? >> it's certainly okay under some circumstances. do it very tactfully and carefully and based upon who it is you're asking or mentioning this to. first of all if someone asks you what would you like, and someone you're really close to, say your mother or your brother or your grandmother, you say certainly well whatever you choose will be won definite that, would be great but since you asked, cash is at the top of my wish list. so you may ask that way. don't expect it. >> you're waiting for someone else, right, to bring up the question of the gift before you go ahead and say i'd like money. >> reporter: generally, yes. if it's an acquaintance, someone you don't know real well i wouldn't bring it up with them. let answer just say you and your sister exchange gifts every year and you know she would like to know what some of your wishes are, then that's okay to bring it up, but kn
materialized. peggy fox is live at reagan national airport where most travelers seem concerned with just getting home for the holidays. >> reporter: absolutely. that's definitely the case. things running smoothly. but if there had been the protest and opting out of the body scans, that could create chaos and long lines. but that didn't happen. the only protest we saw was one guy with a sign. a guy that wasn't even flying today. >> you can't be 100% safe. >> reporter: george mason university student was on hand today. he said the scanners and patdowns are unconstitutional. >> i want america to wake up and stop being sheep. the fourth and 9th amendment are being grossly violated by the porno scanners. >> reporter: but nobody seemed to be objecting at the check point. and the protests grew anger from some. >> we have bombs going off and the economic and this is ridiculous. >> reporter: one called it a sexual assault. >> it is a sign to me of those who were sexual survivors of sexual assault. i may not agree, but what they are doing is protecting us, it's not sexually assaulting us and that'
lived a vigil and protest is set for 6:00 tomorrow night at the peggy bond performing arts center. >> i don'ting a this. >> reporter: when he was sentenced to 24 years in prison in 1998 the victim's mother called it an injustice. it is a word he is getting out of prison early has sparked outrage. this is justin boulay taken by the department of corrections. justin boulay is about to get out on good behavior, serving just 12 years of his sentence for first degree murder. the news has outraged the family of andrea faye will, the murdered teen's mother said she wants to know how on earth this could happen. back in 1998, her 18-year-old daughter broke up with her boyfriend justin boulay. and he strangled the student because he was mad she would no longer see him. during the trial, he claimed temporary insanity and the judge ashton waller sentenced him to 24 years in prison on the conviction. a sentence that was criticized widely especially by the victim's family. while in prison he married and in 2007 and upon his release will join his wife in hawaii. the criticism is not only here, the "c
. >> this morning's oh my baby segment, angie gets an important lesson in baby cpr. peggy has the story. >> she would dick do that, cycle of 30 compressions and two breaths do that five time answer recheck for breathing and a pulse if you do not find it continue. >> she learned what to do if the baby chocks which is on the -- checks, which is on the dvd. >> make sure the head is below the body. and apply five firm back thrusts between the shoulder blades and each attempt you need to try to get the object out 0 of there. he made the dvd when he became cpr certified and realized few other parents took time to learn it also. >> i want to create something practical. you can watch it in 20 minutes but not only that, it is also the reminder and refreshers we include. >> you can watch it anytime to refresh your own skills and have your baby-sitter watch it. you can also quiz each other with flash cards that come with it. it is a product that received a moms best award. peggy fox, 9 news now. >> all right. so you had a look at it. what do you think. >> i was always intimidated about cpr classes and you
at some fairfax county high schools? i'm peggy fox. coming up, why some parents are outraged. >>> right now, new at 5:30, first, they are letting students caught cheating taking their tests again. >>> the legacy of the broadway star who died lives on, thanks to potential bone marrow donors. >>> and what this man looks to be the likely venue for britain's royal wedding. are students getting away with cheating at a local high school? that's the question that several parents at west potomac high school are saying tonight. new at 5:30, peggy fox reports that they are outraged over a new policy, designed to separate academic learning from the behavior. >>> i think that they are just setting them up for failure down the road. >> reporter: that's what many people think at the new policy that allows students caught cheating to retake the tests. >> and there is a majority of the students who don't cheat, dedicating themselves to good academic, being honest with good character. it's kind of unfair. >> reporter: it comes from the principal who said that cheating should result in a disciplinary con
a terminally ill high school student's last wishes to receive a diploma. but peggy fox reports it took community activism to make it happen. >> reporter: her dream was to work in the fashion industry but these pictures might be as close as she gets. >> 24 hours a day. administers my pain medication. >> reporter: two years ago at 16 right after transferring into freedom high school zara was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of ovarian cancer that kept coming back. >> now there is no more treatment they can do for me. we did all the chemotherapy they could do. >> reporter: now her community has sprung into action to help zara. these women designed and installed a brand-new room for zara that she calls her fantasy bedroom. other neighbors are bringing meals and another help her get an honourary high school diploma. they will present her with the diploma here at her home on friday. while that is welcome news for zara what would bring her even more joy would be to see her father once again. >> he would love to come and be with husband children if he can in a heart beat. >> reporte
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may not ever use, this one could save a life. i'm peggy fox. coming up, i'll show you how easy learning infant cpr can be. >> and coming up new at 6:00 -- >> this is bruce johnson. right now the mayor-elect and the city's chief financial officer are huddling behind closed doors. they are trying to avoid the deficit that could climb to $500 million. tax increases, employee layoffs, everything is on the table, including public safety and the schools. i'll have the story coming up. [ man ] are you aware that verizon fios brings fiber optics to your home and cable doesn't? yes. -i read that. -i do know that. yes, but there's a contract. at verizon, they want you to have a two year contract. i've got commitment issues. no one likes to be tied down. [ man ] so if they didn't lock you into a term contract, you'd consider switching? -oh, absolutely. -definitely. it's a no-brainer. [ man ] because now, with verizon fios, you don't have to sign a term contract. -really? -that's terrific! -did not know that. -i'm in. [ male announcer ] america spoke, verizon listened. switch to fios tod
district we find our own peggy fox at the incumbent's headquarters where things are closer than i don't knowly wanted. >> reporter: this is a nail biter of the race, jerry connolly only has a 400 vote lead. the mood in this room are very anxious. people are very nervous about this. we are here to cover the very latest. the race could go either way. that is the sentiment here at this crowd. look at the supporters here who have come out here for a republican candidate, keith zipping simian, he is there in the crowd and just addressed his supporters. he said even though there is not a clear winner at this hour, he said stick with me, it is going to be a long night ahead. these people believe the oakland businessman will pull out a win tonight. we are going to be here in the swing district as the votes come out and the race is called. reporting live here at mason inn. >>> no vice in the race for dc mayor. tonight vincent gray was running on unopposed. >>> join me tomorrow night when the mayor elect joins me here to talk about his plans for the city. meantime our own bruce johnson monitori
and common sense. a woman is not king, she's queen. not in ghana. king peggy is the first woman to get that title. she's an american living and working in washington. she runs a small town more than 5,000 miles away over the fun and during vacation. nadya is here to explain that one. how can a woman be king? >> peggy got a phone call one morning. she lives in d.c. she was born in ghana from her uncle who lives in ghana. he says peggy you have been nominated as king of our small fishing village. she was in disbelief. this was around two years ago it happened. they did a ceremony of libati s libations. her name came up. in that moment there was vapor. they did it three times. >> okay. >> much like they nominate the pope. it was decided she would be king, not queen, king meaning head of the village. she said are you sure you don't mean queen mother. they said, no, you are the leader. you have been ordained. >> how did she get nominated in the first place? >> they suggested -- she visited the village. they knew she had great leadership. she became the king. she's done wonderful things. we
is watching the battle for control of the senate. peggy fox is in the congressional race in northern virginia and scott broom is covering the maryland race. we are at the rematch between martin o'malley and former republican governor, bob ehrlich. both candidates were in silver spring campaigning for those last minute votes. scott broome is live with a look at who needs to win where if they are going to win the maryland state house. scott. >> reporter: here in baltimore tonight, we are standing outside the o'malley headquarters where supporters are looking for a reelection victory party tonight. according to the polls, this is o'malley's race to lose in his bitter rematch with bob ehrlich. republican former governor, bob ehrlich is hoping the conservative tide sweeping the nation will spill over into traditionally democratic maryland to help get his job back from governor martin o'malley. at strongly republican polling places, which went 64% for ehrlich last time around, here's a story you hear a lot. >> i think the national tide of resentment against the white house policies, particularly
of an embattled condo owner, on a mission to save her community and her investment. >> 18 years ago, peggy stroker bought into buckley towers in north miami beach and became a condominium owner. >> the reason i came to a condo was i like that turnkey aspect. i thought "oh, this is good. you'll have security." >> reporter: built in the 1960s, buckley towers was one of the nation's first condo buildings. its developer promised buyers "everything you need to live the golden life." the idea was that owner- residents would take care of their own units and pay a pro- rated share of the building's maintenance costs. and stroker never expected those costs to be a major concern. >> i had lived in homes, and i knew how to budget in my homes. >> reporter: but stoker wasn't prepared for what happened after hurricane wilma battered buckley towers five years ago. the aging building sustained major damage. insurance was expected to cover that, but when insurers refused to cover many repairs, condo owners were forced to pay the difference-- through mandatory special assessments. so far, they've amounted to more t
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